v. I. Neolithic and early and middle Minoan ages. -- v. II, pt. I. Restoration in town and palace after seismic catastrophe -- pt. II. Town-houses in Knossos of the new era. -- v. III. Great transitional age in the northern and eastern sections of the palace. -- v. IV. pt. I. Emergence of outer western enceinte, with new illustrations, artistic and religious, of the middle Minoan phase: chryselephantine 'lady of sports,' 'snake room' and full story of the cult: late Minoan ceramic evolution and 'palace style.' -- pt. II. 'Camp-stool' fresco--long-robed priests and beneficient genii; chryselephantine boy-god and ritual hair-offering; intaglio types, M.M. III-L.M. II; late hoards of sealings; deposits of inscribed tablets and the palace stores; linear script B and its mainland extension; closing palatial phase--'room of throne'--and final catastrophe with epilogue on the discovery of 'ring of Minos' and 'temple tomb.'
v. I. The neolithic and early and middle Minoan ages. -- v. II. pt. I. Fresh lights on origins and external relations: the restoration in town and palace after seismic catastrophe towards close of M.M. III, and the beginnings of the new era. pt. II. Town-houses in Knossos of the new era and restored west palace section, with its state approach. -- v. III. The great transitional age in the northern and eastern sections of the palace: the most brilliant records of Minoan art and the evidences of an advanced religion